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Thursday, December 4, 2014

Winter At The Lakeshore . . .

the snow fences go up, this water will soon be ice,
Milwaukee is about seventy miles west of Muskegon
the fences hold the sand from moving up on the roadway
 see how the sand billows up along the fence line
 a close up
 another view
 one more
from a distance
 sand dune fence bordering the walk way, along the roadway, on the shoreline
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FENCES
for Theresa's
'til next time
Love, Lynne



16 comments:

Margaret Adamson said...

I am surprised that the fence on the beach is still standing. Great fence shot.

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Great pictures of beach fences!
We don't have those around here.

【ツ】Knipsa

susan said...

I love the pictures, Lynn. Having lived most of my life on Long Island, I will say that looking at the water, the sand dunes and the fences brought back a lot of memories for me. Thank you.

Willow said...

Beach fences are always an interesting and odd sight. I like that last pic quite a bit

TexWisGirl said...

love the soft colors in these and great fences, lynne. :)

EG CameraGirl said...

I love the way fences control the blowing sand. Very pretty.

carolann said...

Like the pictures all Lynn. Great fences.

Kerin said...

Great pictures.
I can understand why they put the fences up.
On our trip to Oregon, we saw the most incredible sand hills next to the ocean. Sand, sand everywhere.

Enjoy this day :)

K.

Karen S. said...

I know it well! Lovely shots no matter what the season.

Missy George said...

Brrr..looks cold..Storm fences are a must along the beaches...Great pictures Lynne

Ida said...

These are really neat. This is not something I see in my area and I find them very unique.

Melanie said...

Are you near Muskegon? I spent a weekend there with a couple of girlfriends a few years ago. We had a blast and loved that town! We were there in October and the beach was so beautiful.

eileeninmd said...

I enjoy a walk at the beach... Wonderful fence shots, Lynne!

Felicia said...

beautiful beach images. they use those fences in my neck of the woods to keep snow off the road.

Sarah Huizenga said...

Love snow fences and the subtle colors of the beach this time of year.

Lois said...

I can feel the cold wind blowing the sand up against the fences.